If President Donald Trump’s proposed 20 percent tax on Mexican imports is implemented, American shoppers may have to shell out more for a slew of everyday goods – from avocados to flat-screen TVs to cars.
If President Donald Trump’s proposed 20 percent tax on Mexican imports is implemented, American shoppers may have to shell out more for a slew of everyday goods – from avocados to flat-screen TVs to cars. Matthew Mead AP
If President Donald Trump’s proposed 20 percent tax on Mexican imports is implemented, American shoppers may have to shell out more for a slew of everyday goods – from avocados to flat-screen TVs to cars. Matthew Mead AP

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